Australian F1 Grand Prix

Grand Prix

Australian F1 Grand Prix
Melbourne - Sunday, March 17, 2019
Albert Park Grand Prix circuit is situated within a beautiful parkland south of Melbourne and yet close to the city centre. As the second race in the F1 season, Albert Park has a unique atmosphere and excitement unlike any other circuit. The Formula One Australian Grand Prix is set in picturesque surroundings with artificial lakes, circuiting over roadways through cricket fields, combining high, medium and low-speed corners, a couple of chicanes with several overtaking areas in braking zones.

City Info

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation coined the phrase 'a great place for the race' and Melbourne is just that. Australia's second largest city is one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan on earth, with plenty to do both day and night. The climate in late summer is perfect, the people are friendly and, to top it all, the Grand Prix is one of the most well organised of the year.
"Melburnians are sports-mad," says local hero Mark Webber. "The climate allows for a very outdoor lifestyle, so people are always doing something."

Track Info

When Formula One came to Australia in 1985 it set up home in Adelaide. However, ex-racer-turned-entrepreneur Bob Jane wanted a race in Melbourne. He created a huge 'thunderdome' and invented the AUSCAR series, bringing NASCAR action to Australia.
The desire to have a race in Melbourne did not wane. Despite the popular end of season slot for the Adelaide race, pressure was growing from the Melbourne motor sport community, and in 1992 Jeff Kennett was elected the new premier of the State of Victoria. He immediately set about improving Melbourne's profile. First on his list was the Australian Grand Prix.
An agreement was reached with Formula One in 1993, but the contract with Adelaide did not expire until 1995, so Kennett had plenty of time to prepare. A track was developed in Melbourne's beautiful Albert Park, part of it using closed-off public roads, and in 1996 the city held the first round of the world championship. Since then the race has become very popular with drivers and fans alike, and the party atmosphere of Melbourne keeps them coming back year after year.

Race Itinerary


Fr 15 March 2019
Practice 1 12:00 - 13:30
Practice 2 16:00 - 17:30

Sut 16 March 2019
Practice 3 14:00 - 15:00
Qualifying 17:00 - 18:00

San 17 March 2019
Race 16:10 - 18:10

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Ticket Price Features
Premium Prost (Wkd.) 451,00 €
Senna (Wkd.) 249,00 €
Paddock Club (Wkd.) 3 647,00 €
Paddock Club (Sat./Sun.) 3 315,00 €
Paddock Club (Sat.) 1 408,00 €
Pit Exit Skydeck Lounge (Wkd.) 2 233,00 €
Pit Entry Victory Suite (Fri.) 327,00 €
Waite (Wkd.) 249,00 €
Fangio Lounge (Fri.) 375,00 €
General Admission (Sat.) 57,00 €
General Admission Family (Sun.) 138,00 €

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